child of merlyn
To prefer that which is in a book to the experience offered by real life, because the book is exciting or romantic or astounding, whereas real life can be dreary and unremarkable.
I burkam the romantic situations in Gone with the Wind, rather than have lived through civil war and economic depression in the south in the late 1800s.
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